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X Biirt Mchif Si/peMs<tf Of Big U.S. National Forest Burl home of .Mr and at the lG. B, Chip-; J1VJ111G WA. „****. V*»*M J»M*W •«-« —J — Kriman were Mattel MA'IMfesett Chipman'and t^o sons, AshViUeV North Carolina." Mf EffiftfnWhSS been employed by the . U. S, Forest Service, with assignments in Texas, Mississippi; and Georgia. He is at present Assistant, Forest Supervisor t>f'the North,Carolina National Forests,,.a unit consisting; of approximately r ln: million acres of national Idrefet .land in ii ranger districts. These districts are located thruout the Carolina moun'tairi .:regi5n, th& Piedmont, area, an'd,6ne : on the Atlantic coast. :.-'•'• '.''. ,; {• .:•-. Mr Chlprnah is the. eldest son of the C. B. Chipmans and graduated in this High Schbol with the class of 1926 and has been in Forestry since. 1934. Enroute to Iowa, Mr and Mrs Chiprnan and sons visited relatives in Mississippi. The Cub' Scouts of Burt will pick up waste paper on Thursday, Aug. 19. If you live in the , country contact a den mother ' and townspeople please leave the bundles'at the curb. Perry Steward spent several days with his sister and family, the Ray Millers near'Ti tonka last Irtjj ahd Mi's gerthfi Wallace ac- therh i|s, f at* asS Mason t Mr and Mrs Elmer Kienitz of Richmond, Missouri visited at the Leonard Daniels and Clifford Holding homes. Mrs Kienitz is t a sister of Mrs Holding. Mr and Mrs Clifford r Abbas and daughters spent their vata- tion with the Donald Kienitz in Dockery, Mo. Mrs Kienitz is a sister of Mr Abbas. Mrs Myra Browti with Mrs Emery Brown of Garner visited recently at the C; B. Chipmans and with Elmer Chipman. Mrs Anna Bierstedt had the misfortune to get her hand in _^ the wringer Tuesday, and. sey- homes, eral stitches were required in her finger. Her granddaughters Beverly Warner, Algona and K. O'Donnell, l,one Rock spent the week with her and helped with the work. Mrs Nettie 'Lavrenz went to Des Moines Friday to. spend the weekend with her sister Mrs Annie Ambrose. She returned Monday. Mrs William Vogel w&s hostess to members of the Sewing Circle at her home Friday afternoon. The next meeting will be a picnic and Lois Trunkhill's birthday will be observed. Mrs Anna Bierstedt was hostess to members of the Birthday Circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Eleven members were present. Guests were Mrs Leonard Warner and Beverly, Algona; Mrs Dick O'Donnell and Karen, of Lone Rock'and.Esther'Sorgn- son. Two birthdays, were observr ed.. The next meeting will be with Mrs Emma Manus. The Matthew circle of the Methodist Church had a picnic > in the Burt park Wednesday afternoon. Vera Schwietert had devotions and Lefie McMullen had the program. Guests were Clara Marlow, Sheila Havvcott, Shirley Schwietert and Stella Geesmari. Mrs Bertha Wallace spent last week with relatives in Mason City and attended the County Fair, there. She also visited friends in her former home town, Aredale. Lura Sewick returned from Ireton Friday after spending tfie past several weeks with her brother Karry Sewick of that place. Miss Sewick will go to 1'oresl City soon for teaching. Mr and Mrs Oscar Pfiefer ot Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs C. M. liincklcy of Armour, S. D., were at the Al Hintkley home Thursday. Mrs C. M. Hinckley who ij; Al Hinekley's mother is remaining for a visit. Mr and Mrs Don Dremmel and children of Dubuque are visiting the former's parents Mr arid Mrs Ray Drummcl and family and his grandmother Mrs Nelle Drummel. Mr and Mrs C. B. Chipman spent Wednesday with the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs M. J. Chipman and family of Ames, but who are now vacationing at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs George HawcoU visited relatives in Illinois last week. They left Tuesday morn- Tifonka Farmer Hakes A Plane Trip To Germany Tiionka — Meindert Ullmanh left Friday on a trip to Germany. He took a non-stop plane from Minneapolis to New York, and was to .take a plane from New York to Germany. Mr Ullmann will Visit relatives there. Pannkuk Reunion The Pannkuk reunion was held at Clear Lake Sunday and 97 people were present. , Hostess To Club, Mrs Loren Hans entertained her 500 club Thursday. Guests^ were Ms Wilbur Saxton and Mrs Robert Shuey. Prizes were won by Mrs George Sachau and Mrs Ollie Bruns. Big Indian bay Crowd Titonka Indian Day was attended by a large crowd. A beautiful parade was held at 10:30 and free acts ipd a b'all game in the afternoon. School To Open AtBurtOn • Preparations for* the opening of school a! Burt', -Aug. 30> are complete, according to an announce-, ment from the office of Supt. W. B. Officer. • The first day will be a half day of school, and the busses will pick up students on schedule. There will be no afternoon kindergarten that day, as a faculty meeUng has been set for that tirne. Tuesday will be the. first full day Of school, ,and the hot lun'Ch program, -under the Supervision of Mrs Rachael Healdj home economics instructor, will begin that day. Hot lunches will cost 25 cents, the same as last year. . , . , All children, enrolling in kindergarten must be five years- of age on or before Nov. 5, 1954, and first graders must be six years of age on the, same date. Kindergarten will be half-day sessions. A new bus and new route has been added to give patrons the best possible service. Drivers are George Hawcott, Roger Chafee, Bruce Graham, Francis McVay and Alvin Baumgard. Hawcott will also drive the bus that transports kindergarten students home and to school during the noon hour. The faculty is complete, and is as follows: W. B. Officer, Supt..and Science; Earl Stevens, principal and math; Miss Erna Baars, vocal music and English; Wallace Roscoe, social science and driver training; Ray_ ,. T, . , ,,, i , j mond Ihnen, commercial; Calvin Donald Bpyken of Waterloo! stonei ghop . Ml>g Rachel H eald, home economics; Stanley Bulks, bana-r MISS L6Uise Knight, " high; Mrs A. % Lee, Sixth griiae; Miss PJiylliS Kalff, fifth 'gradl; Mf§ Jaftfet Stev*ensv fotfrth grfldfe; Miss Nancy Doughan, thira grade; Mrs "Chrfetifta Chrlst(*n, gBcbnd grade; Mrs Margaret Pal* mer, first grade; Mrs Sybil DaUg* elser, kindergarten; Madottna-Yo* g6l, office sfcrelaryY HbwaM Bfitt, custodian; MrsS'Nora GarTter,.Mfs Helen. Steward and Mr? Heleh MtSDonfid, ..cdfckS.-- '] ' ,, "• : It vifaa pointed ottt. by g«pt. Of . ficer that aU children enrolling for the first time, either in kinde'rgatteh or fifst ' grade, sh&Uld bfiHg, their birth xiVrtifii cates and a pre-school physical inspecron form filled out by their family physician. Necessary forms may be obtained from the superintendent's office or the county nurse". Lightning without rain is likely to be more dangerous than with rain. HOSPITALS At®, .Hat old - Roethle? t Wvermore, maternity t .Aug. 1 10 •*= Mrs Ernest MeyeiS ^riffiemore, sUflefy'; MaFy Ma?* Imi, Whitterrtctfe, 'mediCal: Mrs Efliest Hutehlnsbii, Bancroft, girl, 8 Ib. 13% dS. Aug. ll-*M . fbna, girl, 6 Ib,? Mrs Mefyin Alt, Burt, boy,. 8 Ib. &%'ofc; %9 rt VI« tor "Meyer, Ottesefi, tiby, 5 Ib. lz 02,; Mrs Richard Lavrenz, Hurt? thaternity. Aug. V2 — Mrs Clara Keller, Bancroft, medical. Aug. 13— Jack Jones, Algona, medical; Rolaiid' Bode', Algofia, medical. Aug. 14— Mrs Paul Besch, West Bend, boy, 8 Ib. 6 oz.; Mrs Harry Peters, Wesley, girl, 6 Ib. 14 oz.; Stephen Holding, Burt, medical; Mrs Floy Walterman, Estherville 1 ) girl, 6 Ib.; Kehneth Johnson, Algona, accident. Aug. IS—Mrs Paul Ostwinkle. Algona, maternit ty. A«!on Bonnstet* tef , West fiend, surgery; Chfttleir SeHultz, Lefte* jFtocfe, medical. ' .,. ,',v- ~-r- if Lotts Creek Aid Mttt'CNt'frlddy JEntflianM- Ladljte Ald-afliftfl rfeefe held BSl August meeting, th%'i3. ftey. Gijisler &*<£ a tbplfi antl Mrs Scltillielt; presided at the business meeting. It was decided to purchase a silver pitcher arid to have a miscellaneous sale in October. The' Fairville ladies' aid extended an invitation to 'the Lotts Creek ladies to Join them for a social afteffibofi, Sept. 9. s The hostesses for the August meeting welf Mfs George Woltef and Mrs 'Harold Wolter and entertainment was ill charge Of Mrs Noah Reisne*' and Mrs John Schallin. Guests were Mrs Gerald Radig and Mfs W. H. Behnke. Sale* f ax For Alabna Down first flu-arte? 'of 19& not quite held their own"from,a year ago, official figures of Hie Stale fa* eontffiiSSfonV released last, week, snftw. THe drdp was small, how- eW, compared-with some other cities, s •; . " '' \ , AlgoAa paid $45,989.32 in sales tak for* the tjuartert Humboldt had $312'S4.i2( Spencer $79,049> 64; Estnerville ,?48,650.84; Em$28,278,16; and Iow& 282.94. metsburg Falls |4l.: sbv scdtff Recently, Terfy Keying of W.esl Union used his Boy Scout training to good advantage. in saving the lives of the Keying family. A fisfting launch, which they had engaged lost; its propeller, -oft Mille. Lacs', ' while/ eleven, rrtiles from shore/ with higR winds com-. ing tip. Terry used his flashlight ' . to send out a message 'for help BLUE COMB CRD _„„-.»...* t CLAYTON & RUSK has been visiting relatives in Titonka the past week. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Boyken who used to 'live here. Hte visited at the John Rode, Eilert Boyken and ' Martin Brandt Mr nd Mrs Lloyd Saldon ,and Gloria of Humboldt were Indian Day visitors at the George Sachau home. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family were also there for a picnic dinner. < Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker, Sally and Bob were weekend visitors at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Clarence Mechler and Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher left Monday on a trip to the northwestern corner of the United States and Canada. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand are visiting with their son Merlirj and family of Chicago this week. Rev and Mrs B. H. Schwerin and sons'left Monday August 16 for Burbank, Calif, for a visit with Reverends twin sister Bernice Schwerin. They will be gone two weeks. Mr ;.and Mrs Charles Recker and sons* and Mrs Henry Recker Buffalo Center were Indian Day guests of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family. Mr and Mrs Loren Hans and Keith attended a family reunion at Jackson, Minn. Sunday. have iff DR. IE GEAR'S STREPCIN "I? BLUE COMB CRD CLAYTON & RUSK Bancroft News Rev and Mrs Van Commer from Texas and former pastor of the Baptist church spent last week with friends here. A large group was entertained at the Os 1 born home Monday evening. Mrs Cletus Deitering and children are spending this week in New Hampton with the former's sister, Mrs Frank Recker. Mrs Ralph Menke spent the weekend in Minneapolis where she attended a shower for her niece, Janice who will be married soon in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs H. J. McNertncy spent Monday in Des Moines ana visited with Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing of Ames, in the evening. Mrs Francis Carmean and children spent a week in Omaha with the former's sister, Dr. and Mrs Kirsch and Charles. Mrs Eva Mason, the ladies' mother, re turned with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs Clelus Dorr spent Thursday night with the former's sister Roselie Dorr at Mason City and attended the North Iowa fair. Fifty seven pupils have registered for 1st grade to start school at St. John's this fall. The public school will commence Aug. 31. H It's News — We Want Iti A MAN'S BEST FRIEND Can be his faithful pet . . . or it can be his savings account. Open an account at Home Federal no.w & add to it regularly, and you'll always have a "true friend." NOW PAYING T/2% Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Since 1917 Algona, Iowa ERNIE WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING ALL OF OUR GOOD FARM FRIENDS UNDER THE SPREADING CHESTNUT TREES AT THE FAIRGROUNDS We Will Present A Complete Exhibit of JOHN DEERE MACHINERY Come and visit us at the Fair, and look over the latest in John Deere equipment. We'll be happy to chin with you, and we'll be looking for oil our many friends. John Deere Is Always Pent of the Picture! William* & Taylor IMPLEMENT CO. 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FOR BOYS BOYS' PLAID SCHOOL SHIRTS, long sleeves, gingham plaids in snort colors , O I f sizes 3 io 16 — '__' 0I«' BOYS' FLANNEL SHIRTS, of the heavy weight type, fancy plaids and-patterns, exceptionally <J I " nice, sizes 6 to 16 $lif BdYS' SWEAT SHIRTS, with neat collar and zipper neck opening, white and colors ; BOYS' WESTERN JEANS, rugged make, nice weight denim,'really neat, sizes 4 io 14 _• BOYS' REGULAR JEANS, of medium weight denim, reinforced at points of wear, sizes 4 io 14 ; BOYS' BRIEFS, noted Wilson make, fii well, taped seams and support, sizes 2 to 16 $1.49 $1.98 $1.98 59c Weather-Bird SHOES 01 BOYS W GIRLS AT THE HEAD OF THE CLASS FOR FIT & LONG WEAR $398 to $g98 Sizes 8!/2 io 3 and 4 io 8 As rugged as they come, yet stylish and neat — that describes famous "Wealherbird" back io school shoes. For both boys and girls. Priced io fit your back io school budget, tool Watch For Everything They Need At Graham's -<- And Ai Budget Pleasing Prices! News at Graham's Next

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